We're a team of makers, thinkers and explorers.
Meet the team who is not afraid of challenging tasks, busy days, and running the extra mile, because we always make time to play board games, have coffee breaks together, and talk politics, crypto or family drama.
Teo Teodosiev (CEO not in residence)Son of the ex-CEO, brother of Preso, in relationship with the CFO, dever of the Product Designer. Father.
Jordan Enev (Full-stack Engineer)White belt in BJJ, but black belt in coding!
Gogo Stoyanov (CTO & Operations)Troublemaker, Jack of all trades (master of none), Father of 👭, Beer abuser.
Preso Teodosiev (Operations)Well known for his ice-breaking skills, Shape-shifter.
Ivo Yankov (Back-end Developer)Board game Master, I don't reinstall Windows!!!
Yavor Ivanov (Back-end Engineer)A silent genius who knows how to exit Vim.
Itskata Eftimov (Web Developer)Party-time bus driver, Sportswear model, Bartender.
Kalo Kosev (Front-end Engineer)Maker. Micro influencer (or not). Wannabe Entrepreneur. Currently focused on React, React Native, NodeJS.
Bobby Itskov (Blockchain Developer)日本好き.
Nadezhda Serafimova (Front-end Engineer)Travel adventurer addicted to nature.
Botzy Dimitrova (Front-end Engineer)Moto girl, loves Touring, Photography & Cooking.
Zhan Egikyan (Project Management & Server Admin)Resident geek & Natural problem solver.
Vesko Bratanov (Back-end Engineer)The mastermind behind every collage FOFISA, Community radio inventor, Allergic to sports.
Ivtsata Atanasov (Firefighter)Master procrastinator, Semi-audiophile, Amateur truck driver
Moni Hristova (Mobile Developer)Health enthusiast & Full-time Mama, Sand castle architect, All day everyday life coach, Chaos coordinator, Playground medic.
Marti Teodosieva (Product Designer)Shh, I hear colours...
Niki Atanasow (Back-end Engineer)Sports car enthusiast, Always driving. Sometimes racing.
Ceco Mihaylov (Back-end Engineer)Likes high mountains & good music.
Snezhi Trifonova (CFO)Phoenician successor, Tennis player on hold, Baby hugger at present.
Simo Petkov (Front-end Engineer)Body sculptor, Pass master on the Football field, Crypto investor.
Gery Mihaylova (Front-end Engineer)Art maker & Cooking lover.
Zheni Tarakchieva (Office Manager)The Twister lady, Black panther, Good mood bringer.
Teddy Ivanova (Marketing & Projects)Zen philosopher & Avid learner.
Mimi Georgieva (Accountant)Book junkie & wine lover.
Zhivko Zhelyazkov (Mobile Developer)Master chef, Musician, Back alley tattooist, Professional shitposter.
Petromir Petrov (Front-end Engineer)Interested in everything tech. Scared of printers(except 3d ones).
See yourself here?
While we’re not actively hiring we’re always interested to hear from talented individuals. Feel free to reach out at email@example.com
At devlabs, one’s background, experience, or education plays no role! What’s important to us is passion, consistency, and results. We like to give an equal chance to everyone eager to learn and grow. We don’t follow selection process rules, but use a personal approach and put one’s individuality first. We believe this is the answer to the following equation “devlabs family = 78% of people working for 5+ years + 22% on their way”
Workshops & Meetups
We love to spend time discussing not only trivial development patterns, but also topics that we feel passionate about. From tips and tricks on how to improve your online profile security, good blockchain practices, and innovations to car importing and travel advice. We like to organize various workshops and meetups and even invite guests to the office who could share their own experiences.
Communities, communities, communities
When it comes to passion and interests we have managed to stay on top of the heap. Our differences, yet similarities shaped multiple communities which we like to call dev_clubs where we talk about various topics - Sports, Cooking, Politics, Games, Investments, Traveling, Crypto…you name it!
Help from a friend
Being colleagues is the natural outcome of being friends in the first place. When it comes to home removals, renovations, babysitting, and even technical struggles - yes, we do talk about work too, we always help each other! We even hang out after work as it seems that “nine-to-five” is simply not enough.
We discuss important matters together and make decisions as a team. Everyone can address his concerns and share his ideas and thoughts, without being judged. We embrace the freedom to ask all sorts of questions, even the tough ones, and are always honest with each other.